Computational Engineering

Program of study at ICM University of Warsaw

Computational Engineering is a full-time, second-level degree program with a practical profile, launched by ICM University of Warsaw in the winter semester 2016/2017. The course is addressed primarily to graduates of engineering or master’s studies. The program consists of the application of scientific computing, including using large-scale systems, to solve advanced scientific and technical problems. The alumni of computational engineering find employment in various IT companies, including HPC centers.
During the Computational Engineering course, students gain basic knowledge in the field of large-scale systems, their architecture, as well as their management and use in selected fields (computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, data analytics in aviation, meteorology, modeling social processes). Students learn methods of processing, analysis and visualization of big data, including machine learning and artificial intelligence. They learn the methods and paradigms of large-scale systems programming with particular emphasis on parallel and distributed programming, including cloud computing.